2023 Tennessee Vols four-star commit Chandavian Bradley made some comments this week that UT needs all recruits to hear.

Bradley, an edge rusher who committed to the Vols last month, spoke to VolQuest this week after taking another unofficial visit to Tennessee.

And it’s clear from what he had to say that he’s completely locked into playing for Josh Heupel.

Bradley couldn’t stop raving about Knoxville and the incredible vibe at Tennessee.

“I just wanted to see back home,” explained Brady to VolQuest of his unofficial visit. “I miss this place tremendously. It’s my favorite place to be at. The whole recruiting process it has been my favorite.”

“The morning I woke up in Knoxville and came to the facilities there was just this energy when you walked in,” added Bradley. “You just feel different when you are at this place compared to what other places give you. The coaching staff is not only going to coach you to be a better player on the field, but they are going to coach you to become a better man to people around you. They are also going to give you a different way to live your life and help you better your career besides football.”

It’s clear from Bradley’s comments that something special is brewing on Rocky Top. The vibe is infectious and players want to be part of what Heupel is building at Tennessee.

The Vols need every recruit in the nation to hear Bradley’s message. When elite recruits talk, other recruits listen. And there’s a good chance that Tennessee lands some talented players because of Bradley’s endorsement. At the very least, they might get some unexpected recruits on campus for a visit, which is all Heupel and his staff need to make an impact on a player.

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